High-achieving Wisconsin MBA students share a passion for collaboration
The Wisconsin MBA Program brings together students from around the world, with diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives. The qualities they share include talent, drive, and a desire to participate in a collaborative learning experience. In this environment, your fellow peers will inspire you to succeed and become part of a network you can tap into for the rest of your career.
You can get to know a few of the individuals who comprise our lifelong MBA community by reading their stories here. For an overview of the entire Wisconsin Full-Time MBA student body by the numbers, see our class profile.
Alison “Ali” Heimert (MBA '19) wanted a well-rounded business perspective she could apply in any corporate function. At Wisconsin, she has access to recruiters from leading companies who recruit students from Wisconsin's marketing research program.
Lindsey Rasie (MBA '18) needed an MBA to be a competitive leader in marketing research. She knew that the Wisconsin School of Business was the best choice to give her the advantage she needed to succeed. Now in her second year, Lindsey has an expanded vision of how marketing research can influence industries of all types, and she is primed to make a major impact in her career.
Camille Clark’s (MBA '17) first career in pricing and managing for the retail sector led to a position as a product planning manager in global media commerce, which was rewarding but very niche. To gain deeper knowledge of consumer goods and products, as well as the service industry, Camille decided to pursue an MBA specializing Marketing Research to further her leadership skills.